How to help

This year is very different. We will be holding the annual Flock Party virtually. No teacher appreciation lunches or Concession Stand duties to fulfill. However, there are some really practical ways you can directly help our students.

SUPPORT OUR STUDENTS

SUPPORT FROM THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY

We welcome support from the business community. If your business would like to become a Cards Supporter we will ensure the donation is focused on equitable learning during these difficult times. It will help ensure all students have the supplies they need, internet access, a ChromeBook or even a safe place to study and healthy food to eat. The needs are wide ranging.

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Your Monthly Donations

We are going to need to pull together as a community to keep our children engaged and on track. Monthly giving will allow us to provide the best educational experience and support possible during the COVID crisis. We will continue to be responsible stewards of your contributions.

Thank you to all of you who have committed to monthly donations.

Here's what is Important: Equity

Our first concern this year is making sure every student has the tools for distance learning.

300 Lincoln families are historically underserved. They will be our priority.

  • We will be helping fund science kits, art kits, digital subscriptions for online learning and digital text books.

  • Writing Center Tutor. This important role last year helped students over the line with their writing projects. This year it will include college essay writing. We need to help fund this position to ensure they have enough hours in the day.

  • We have calculated that to save our fabulous teachers in specialty subjects such as AVID, art, ceramics, music and even math, we need to raise $500,000 a year.

Your donations will make a difference.

MATCHED DONATIONS - Check if you employer will match your donation.

TAX DEDUCTIBLE - All donations to Friends of Lincoln are tax deductible.

Volunteers in Action!

  • Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
    Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
  • Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
    Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
  • Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
    Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
  • Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
    Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
  • Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
    Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
  • Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
    Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
  • Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
    Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
  • Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
    Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
  • Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
  • Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
  • Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
  • Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
  • Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
  • Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
  • Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
  • Thank you to Dana Cress, Lincoln Alumnus, for coordination of the work party just before the start of school. And to the amazing volunteers who turned up to cut, prune, sweep and dig to keep our campus in shape for the new school year.
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